Charlotte, NC — In a new interview, Lila Rose, founder of LiveAction, said Dr. Anthony Fauci is guilty of crimes against children for his agency’s actions in spending over $400,000 to fund fetal scalp experiments. The initial report about the NIH’s actions came from Just The News. According to the report, Fauci’s NIH agency spent over $400,000 purchasing scalps of aborted fetuses to graft them onto mice in studies of human skin infections.
The article described in detail the actions that the NIH went through. Graphic photos were also linked. While the original report of the actions came out last year, the article received little attention.
Then enter Lila Rose, who is a vocal pro-life advocate. In an appearance on Real America’s voice, she said that Fauci needs to be held accountable for his crimes. She said that the fetuses deserved the right to live and did not deserve to die for medical research. She shared that the more that the story is reported on, the more that public opinion can be changed. You can view her full comments in the video below.
NEW: @LilaGraceRose calls Fauci's use of aborted fetal parts in experiments a "crime against children," and says he needs to be "held accountable" for these crimes. Watch the rest of her interview with @DavidBrodyCBN on today's episode of #TheWaterCooler : https://t.co/vDxYIFj6Cu pic.twitter.com/HMK0EBsh0Z
— Real America's Voice (RAV) (@RealAmVoice) May 6, 2021
Fauci and the NIH have largely been under the radar for their controversial research methods for many years. The actions of the organization are sickening, supported by American taxpayer dollars. Our congressional leaders need to put an end to this sickening research and hold Fauci accountable for not only crimes against children, but also his betrayal of the American people throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
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